Croatia: Court backs woman over gay discrimination complaint

The case concerned the complaint by Danka Pajić, a national of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who is in a stable samesex relationship with a woman living in Croatia, of having been discriminated against on the grounds of her sexual orientation when applying for a residence permit in Croatia.

Video: Vivian Girean on new guidelines targetting prison radicalisation

Religious radicalism in prison, which, with its emphasis on simple truths, roots and identities, can move inmates beyond moral uplift and spiritual order, towards terrorism, murder and mayhem.

Croatia: Judges to rule on ‘gay discrimination’ human rights dispute

The case concerns Danka Pajić’s complaint of having been discriminated against on the ground of her sexual orientation when applying for a residence permit in Croatia.

Bosnia and Herzegovina : National “shortcomings” prompt anti-corruption unit reform warning

“Some positive steps have been taken by Bosnia and Herzegovina but shortcomings remain,” said Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland, in reference to a new anti-corruption report on the country. “The government must now show strong political will needed to tackle them and implement the recommendations of the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO).”

United Kingdom: Greek citizens’ group hopes for human rights court action over ‘Elgin’ Parthenon Marbles

Human rights court judges are set to examine a complaint “against the United Kingdom over the removal of the Parthenon Marbles by Lord Elgin in the 19th century.”